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The Official RRL Thread

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by whodini, May 21, 2009.

  1. RRL CLOTHING

    RRL CLOTHING Senior member

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    By "she" you mean Silvio Saldana right? Sorry to say but after years of selling on Ebay Silvio is still clueless about fashion and his merchandise.
     


  2. Xhale12

    Xhale12 Senior member

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    Do you guys like these?
     


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    anyone know where i can purchase RRL selvedge chinos?...

    also..i heard theres an RRL store opening in london soon on mount street...
     


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    There was a discussion about both RRL and Rugby store opening in London soon a while back. Liberty do carry a bit too. Not sure about the selvedge officer chino though. You can get the non selvedge version relatively easily...
     


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    hahahaa
     


  12. kmdsimpson

    kmdsimpson Senior member

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    Look the same to me. There should be a tag inside that says "Black on black". You could ask the seller to check.
     


  13. tv2177

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    quick question on the the low straights one wash. i just got a pair that i sized down 2 and the waist fits prefectly just above the hip but the thigh area is a little tight. so anyone who have this pair, how much do they stretch out after some wear? would they stretch out for about an inch?
     


  14. Froosh

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    You mean in the thighs? They'll stretch out just like any other jeans but if they're so tight that they're painful then I don't think they'll stretch out enough. Also if the waist fits you perfectly now, expect them to be too loose after some wear.
     


  15. corneliusparky

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    Are those black jeans made in US from Japanese denim? They have a different tag at the back than all my other slim fits.

    tv2177, I don't wear low straights but, in my experience, if a pair of RRL jeans feels great when you first try them on, they will be a size too big by noon...unless you like sagging and having to wear a belt.
     


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